Lebanon, a Land of Men (and of a few Courageous Women)

<!–[if !mso]>st1\:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } <![endif]–> I am a Lebanese woman married to a Swiss man. My children will never be Lebanese, nor will my husband, because I am considered as a second class citizen in my own country, which doesn’t seem to deem it necessary to grant me the same citizenship rights as everyone else (also … Continue reading

Revolution and counter-revolution in the Arab world

It is one year since the revolutionary process in the Middle East and north Africa began. We can now observe a struggle between the counter-revolutionary forces of Western imperialists and their regional clients, led by Saudi Arabia, and the popular movements. The counter-revolutionary forces are trying to stop the wind of change led by the … Continue reading

VIH et Vulnérabilité économique : le cas des ouvrières du Sud Maroc

Les liens entre vulnérabilité socio-économique, violence contre les femmes et prévalence accrue du VIH ne sont plus à prouver, et la situation des femmes ouvrières du Sud du Maroc, ainsi que la prévalence plus élevée du VIH dans cette région ne sont qu’un exemple parmi d’autres de la nécessité de répondre à la pandémie du … Continue reading